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FRIDAY, APRIL I, 19BS BLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE FIVK - Society News - in Ann Mnllnrv. Snrietv Editor * Phor Miss Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor Phone 3-4461 Palm Sunday and Holy Week Church Services to Be Conducted In observance of Palm Sunday churches in Blytheville will present special musical programs. Special services also will be conducted during Holy Week before Easter. Tile Chancel Choir of First Christian Church under the .direction of Mrs. Darton C. Fowlston will present "The Crucifixion," by Sir John Stainer. This will be sung Sunday afternoon beginning at 5 p. m. Soloists will be Davis Cobb, William Rader, Jr., Danny Cobb. Robert McHaney and Lawrence Bradley. Presbyterian At Sunday morning services of First Presbyterian Church, the junior and chancel choirs will present the anthem, "Open the Gates of the Temple," by Knapp. Miss Billie Jane Rodeers is choir director. A solo, "The palms," by Faure will be sung by Jimmy Bufflngton and at the conclusion of the sermon the Sacrament of the Lord's Suppe: will be observed. Wednesday morning at the church, the Women of the Church will hold a pre-Easter devotional service with Mrs. George Yates in charge. "The Seven Last Sayings of Christ," will be the topic of discussion Friday when the annual Gold Friday night services will be held. Laymen of the church will present the program. Those men are James Roy, Fred Sandefur, Ernest McKenzie, Hermati Carleton, Roy Walton, Gilbert Smythe and Ed Tune. All of these services are open to the public. First Methodist "The Palms," will be sung by First Methodist Church choir under the direction of Mrs. J. Wilson Henry in the Sunday morning services and also during the services members of the Junior Department will come into the church. Sunday afternoon at 3:30 p.m., a service for dedication of infants will be held. Soloists in the Sand; evening services will be Miss Martha Ann Foster and Tommy Smith. At these services Miss Pegsy Taylor will direct the Youth Choir In "Jesus the Crucified." During Holy Week the Rev. Alfred Brown of Bossier, La., will conduct special services at First Methodist Church each morning from T.30 a., m. until 8 a. m. and each evening from 7:30 until 8:30 p. m. Mid-Week Club Entertained at Shane Home Following a luncheon, members of the Mid-Week Club spent the afternoon playing bridge when the club met at the home of Mrs. Cecil cil Shane yesterday. Mixed spring flowers were used to center the luncheon table when Mrs. Jesse Taylor was the only guest present. Mrs. M, p. Ursery and Mrs. J. Louis Cherry were the bridge winners. Just Wrap And Tie Miss May Roper Miss May Roper Engaged to Joe Morris Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Roper of Tupelo, Miss., are announcing the engagement of their daughter, May, to Douglas P. Morris, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Morris of Blytheville. The bride-elect is employed by Southwestern Bell Telephone Company in Blytheville and is a graduate of Belden High School, Belden, Miss., where she was president of her class, president of the giee club and active in other extra-curricular activities. Mr. Douglas is a graduate of Dell High School and is now staff manager for the Blytheville District of Life of Georgia Insurance Company, where lie has been employed for the past five years. He is also a member of Company "M" Arkansas National Guard and Blytheville Masonic Lodge. The wedding vows will be exchanged at New Liberty Baptist Church, Sunday, April 30, at 8 p.m. with the Rev. Orvill McGuire officiating. Easter Bunnies Center Tables At Bridge Club An Easter theme was carried out in decorations yesterday when Mrs. Robert McHnney entertained members,and guests of the Kibitzer Club with a dessert-bridge. Chocolnte bunnies sitting in nests of green grass and surrounded with miniature eggs centered the individual tables. Place cards were bunnies and to further carry out the theme, spring flowers in shades of yellow were used. Mrs. I. R. Colcrnnn, Mrs. Charles Crigger, III, and Mrs. Robert A, Warren were guests. Bridge winners were Mrs. Warren and Mrs. J. M. Williams. Tie for Pint Place in Special "Winners Game In the special winners game played last night oy the Duplicate Bridge 'League In a seven-table Howell movement, there was a tie for first place between Mr. and Mrs. Jim Roleson, Mrs. B. A. Lynch and Mrs. P. D. Foster, who all had" a score of 91 y 2 points. Mrs. Russell Phillips and Mrs. C. W. Afflict were third place winners with only one-half point difference. Their score was 97 points. With 35 ti points, Mrs. O. W. McCutchen and Mrs. W. D. Chamblin were fourth and taking fifth place with 81'/2 points were Mrs. E. B. Gee and "Mrs. George Wiggs. In the bridge games Saturday the six-week series will end. Miss Clark Complimented With Tea Mrs. Homer A. Smith entertained at her home near Holland yesterday with a tea complimenting Miss Doris Clark of Luxora, bride-elect of her son, Homer A. Smith Jr. Miss Clark greeted guests wearing a black, and white faille dret's studded with rhinestones. Her hostess presented her with an orchid corsage and white Bible. White Colla lilies, lily-of-the valley and yellow roses created a spring setting for the event which was attended by guests from Osceola, Luxora, Blytheville, Steele and Holland. The table, from which party foods were served, was overlaid with lace cloth and centered with a bridle doll in a garden of lily-of-the-valley and violets standing by the wish- Ing well. Wedding bells surrounded this arrangement) Presiding at the table were Miss Donna Lou Smith, Mrs. Paul Fowler and Mrs. Evelyn Samford. Bits of News High Scores Won AtGEOClub By Guests Guests walked-off with high scores last night when the GEO Club met at the home of Miss Jettye Claire Huffman. Those guests winning were Mrs. Randal Hawks, high, and Mrs. Tom Little, Jr., .second high. Mrs. Johnson Black well, a member of the club, won imdgo. Miss Nora Simpson was also a guest. A dessert course preceded [lie games. Mrs. Farmer England of North Hampton, Mass., will arrive tomorrow to be the guest of Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Jones for several days. Mrs. J. A. Leech is visiting friends in Mayfield, Ky. Capt. and Mrs. Clarence Webb and daughter, Donna, will arrive today to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Wise. Captain Webb will continue to Chicago where he will take 'a four week special training program while Mrs. Webb and daughter will remain here. Dr. and Mrs. Orlie Parker will attend the Arkansas .state dental convention in Little Rock, tomorrow through Wednesday. ' The Rev. and Mrs. J. J. Johnston, Mrs. Leland Hodge and Mr. and Mrs. Prank Westall and daughter, Carolyn, returned yesterday from: Mississippi after attending the three-day session of North American Baptist Association. Mr. and Mrs, W, O. Reeves and grandson,, have returned from Fort, Hood, Tex., where they went especially to be with Wade Reeves, Jr., who is a patient in the post hospital there. Mr. Reeves is reported to be slightly improved. RED RAZOO QUKEN — Miss Polly Dcfr, who was chosen queen o{ the Red Buzoo at the annual banquet, is shown admiring the bouquet of Happiness roses which were presented to Her by the club along with a Red Razoo pin. Charles Penn, president of Hie organization, is also pictured (rhotu by David Warren) Miss Polly Deer Crowned Queen Of Red Razoo at Annual Banquet Miss Polly Deer, senior at Blylheville High School, was chosen queen of the Red Razooos last night when the club held its annual bankuct at Hotel Noble. Charles Pehn, president of the club, crowned Miss Deer and presented her with an arm bouquet of Happiness roses, sprinkled with silver and barked with .silvered huckleberry. They caught together with a matching satin bowl. She was also given a Red Razoo pin. Maids and their escorts in the queen's court were LaNrnl Sudbury and Hays Sullivan; Kny Jobc and Lawrence Bradley, Dolores Adams and Rodger Sudbury; Emily Damon and Paul Westbrook. A white trellis entwined with roses a. carpet of green and white wrought iron throne formed the setting for the crowning. Banquet tables wore decorated in keeping with the approaching Easter Holiday.'; with artificial grass, miniature rabbits and various shfcde, of spring flowers, Red and white tapers, in keepini with the orgHniZH turn's colors, were used the length of the tables. Suspended from the celling were glittering Easter efigs. The president welcomed the guests and also presented new members with their pins. At the conclusion ol the banquet, si dance wn.s held, Carl Sandburg is culled the "poet of American industry." M THEATRE __0n W. Main St. ==In nlylheville — Phone 3-4B21 Weekdays Show Slarfs 7:00 p. m—Sal. & Sun. 1:00 p. m. 8253 10-40 Sabbath Service To Be Held at jTemple Israel Tonight at Sabbath and Momn- I rial Sf-'rvices beginning at 8 p.m. ' at. Temple Israel, Rabbi Alfred Vise will deliver a pre-Passover sermon, "Freedom's Wondoru-s story." The Jewish Passover begins Wednesday at sundown. All Members Of La Nueve Club Present All members of La Nueve Club were present yesterday when the club met at the home of Mrs. Melvin Halsell. She used for her flower arrangements jonquils and carnations. Mrs. Slan Heath was nigh scorer in the bridge games, Mrs. Newton Whitis, second high, and Mrs. Lynn Hughes, bridge. At The Hospitals Cliickasawba Hospital Di.smis.sed: Mrs. William P. Faulk, piggot Mrs. Stella Mixon. city Mrs. Jack Christy and baby, city Walls Hospital Dismissed: Bobby Atcliley, cily Billy Atchley, city LAST TIMES TONIGHT Double Feature ALSO SHORT SATURDAY Double Feature ALSO CARTOON & SERIAL By Sue Burnett Heady for a busy day — simple.; easy to .sew dre.ss that wraps in [ back. Also provided is a sleeveless version, and cobbler apron. • Pattern No. 8253 is in Ki7.es 10, i 12. 14. 16, 18. 20, 40. Size 12, with' sleeve, 4 yards of 35-inch: sleeveless, S'B yards; cobbler, 17; yards j For this pattern, send 35c In j COINS, your name, address, size! desired, and the PATTERN NUM-1 BER to Sue Burnett, Blytheville j Courier News, 372 W. Qulncy; Street, Chicago 6, 111. Include an additional 25 cents with your pattern order for the lat- j est issue of our pattern catalog, | Basic FASHION. The spring & | summer '55 issue is filled with sm;irt, sow-easy styles. Power Mower* and Aluminum Screens at New Low Prices. E. C. Robinson Lbr. Co. Phone 3-1551 ANNOUNCEMENT / /jove been called to jerv/ce with the Dental Corps of the U.S. Army. This neces- sitates the dosing of my office for a period of twenty-four months. I expect to resume my practice at the end of that time. Dr. F. Don Smith SATURDAY OWL SHOW 11:30 p.m. JIM ALSO CARTOON *fi wiiifj A?'!',;; iv.njj-t SUNDAY and MONDAY Double Feature SPENCER TRACY ROBERT WAGNER IUH PETERS HOARD WIDMARK Color b y DELUXE Broken Lance if -AND- MY BABY ^ RACK HOME: Technicolor ALSO CARTOON OSCEOLA NEWS By Bettye Nolle Starr the new home of Mrs, Butler. Mrs. W. J. Kdrintfton and Mrs. Frank Rhodes were guests. A salad platt was served. Wtllliim Bard Kdrlngton, Jr., celebrated his nth b 1 r t h rt u y Wednesday evening when his mother invited 25 of the pre-teen set over for t\ weiner roast In tho buck yard where the young people were entertained at n picture show party. Those from Osceola in Piggott Wednesday attending the Forrest City District of Federated Clubs were Mrs, Jesse Crai.ner. Mrs. Ed Shippen. Mrs. John W. Edriiigton, Mrs. J. H. Lovewell, Mrs. Spencer Driver, Mrs. R. H. Jones nnd Mrs. Bess Proctor of Little Rock. The men of the Presbylerhm Chnrch met Wednesday nit;ht for their regular monthly meeting;. Lawrence Dillard, president of the group, invited Henry James Swift, local attorney and member of the group, to speak to the men. Lloyd" Godley presided over tho meeting. A dessert course was served by the women of the evening circle. phis with Dr. Mallory Hunvcll. The Rt;V. Groiv.e PaLson, who hiis arri'utf'd the i>;is:onuo of first Pve.sbyturimi Church, will deliver his initial sermon Sunday moniiiii 1 ,. Mr. Fairson, with his wife and four youiiK .sens, \vil! move into tho Ahmse at .the i*lo-:e of school in Little Rock, where they an: making their home. are pain-ills in Baptist Hospital in Memphis. Mrs. Kmmet Dunn, who underwent snrsery hist \veek in IV.iptist InspiUl, ami Mr*. Lrn Wright, vlui underwent stir^O' in Molho- llst Hospital, are now nt their UV.'IUS. Mrs. Geno But lor was hostes.s j i her bridiu* club at her home j Panties and hyiu-inths decorated i Jivmes Burns, (reshmsxn nt Georgia Tech, was home for the past several days visit inn his pn rents. Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Burns, and sister, Bettye Burns. Louis George and D. N. Morris attended (he Eastern Arkansas Boy Scout Council meeting Friday In Forrest City. Dr. and Mrs. Vnnce CartU'rU-ht were in Jackson, Tcnn., over the weekend visiting Mrs. Carlwright's pnvents. Mrs. A. J, Florida had as her guest over the weekend her sister, Mrs. Henry Watson, of Lexington, Miss, Mr. and Mrs, Ted Woods attended the Arkansas Broadcasters Convention over the weekend ii Little Rock. Mr. Woods was elected to the Board of Broadcasters at the meeting. Ben Butler, Si'., was host to his Supper Club Tucsduy night s\t hi home. Wnde CJuinn, Si;., and Wad Quinn, Jr., were CXseeolu visitors Tuesday. They 'lew up Irom Mum- Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p. m. Admission 15c & .')5c At All Times KU1IUY and SATURDAY j)oul)le Feature A Columbia Rcprtnl —AND— (, FRANCIS t, SULLIVAN l/KSIilH^ ^a.nCHHICOtOB StriM H,, If KJOCIAJ iKrti i-v) PC«H f mi trjls.tt tf Wi IJ-UMIt • tl-lifW irj rr.lHAM CJUIIt Serial: "Huffalo liill" No. 8 And (,'arl()(in SUNDAY and MONDAY Double Feature MKTIU) NKWS KooLVlNT ALUMINUM AWNINGS CAM, NOW Ph. 3-4293 FOR KHI5E ESTIMATE SMITH AWNING CO. 11,1 8. First Mrs. Fred Hartle of Jackson, Mo., returned home Wednesday. Mrs. Murtle is n sister of the late S. - L. Glndi.sh. Mrs. T. P, Florida, Mrs. Cora <irimnH;t nnd Mrs. Bettys Nell* Starr were Memphis visitors Wc'dne.sday. Mrs. Darrc-11 Crane was hosteai Wednesday to hor bridge club. Mrs. Roy Cox and Mrs. Billy Fru- H x r wore K ufi s\s. In mid-afternoon, Mrs. Cran« served a fruit plate and coffee. 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